Walk along the timeless streets and travel back to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The core of the Renaissance Capital and all you ever read and imagined about this wonderful place is here to be finally experienced. Breathe the atmosphere of Medici’s Florence.
Around the neighborhood near Pontevecchio and Palazzo Vecchio there are so many silently whispered stories of the past hiding along the stone-paved alleyways and among the little waves of the Arno.
Get the chance to admire the Academy Gallery of Florence, our group tours allow you to discover the David, its museum and tribune. How to see the David in Florence? Skip the line and don’t worry about tickets, we will take care of every detail concerning your visit to the Academy Gallery.
Breathe the culture while admiring the illustrious Ponte Vecchio, the majestic Duomo, the refined Uffizi Gallery, the Academy Gallery and the marvelous Basilica of Santa Croce. This tour will lead you through the most unforgettable monuments, masterpieces and picturesque views of Florence.
Together we will travel back to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, admiring the suggestive Piazza della Signoria, the Mercato Nuovo, Ponte Vecchio, Santa Maria del Fiore and much more…
Visit the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most important art collections in the world and probably the only one to have exclusive masterpieces of exceptional value only! Stroll through the world’s greatest art and be captivated by the fascinating explanations, stories and legends of the paintings and sculptures enshrined by the prestigious museum.
Departure: From Tuesday to Sunday at 11:15 am from April 1st to October 31st 2018 – Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11:15 am Winter Season (till March 31st and from November 1st to December 31st)
Wear comfortable walking shoes; during hot days wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
Food & Drinks are not included.
– 11:15am Academy Gallery Visit
– free time from 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm
– 1:45pm Florence Walking tour + Uffizi Gallery
In front of the Academy Gallery entrance, via Ricasoli 58/60
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